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More Studio Ghibli

More David Lanham desktops from the Studio Ghibli animated films.

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Studio Ghibli

David Lanham brings you icons and desktops from the Studio Ghibli animated films.

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Avengers Refresh!

Dave adds on to his Refresh folder replacements with a new set based on The Avengers.

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Beware Greeks Bearing Gifts

Anthony Piraino raids Mount Olympus to bring you icons from the 1981 cinematic adventure, Clash of the Titans.

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Trek Tech Beams Down

Iconfactory artist Ged Maheux offers up the gadgets and devices of Star Trek: The Next Generation.

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The Emperor's New Groove

Ged brings your favorite characters from Disney's irreverent film about an emperor turned llama, to your desktop.

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Right Out of Dante's 'Inferno'

Gedeon turns your Mac, PC or iPhone desktop into a home for the sinister robot Maximilian from Disney's 'The Black Hole'

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The Day We've All Been Waiting For

November 4th is finally here! That's right, today Bender Game hits DVD shelves and we've got Futurama Vol. 6 to celebrate.

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"They weren't you, honey."

Team up with Indy as he races to uncover all new secrets in Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull™.

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"Only the penitent man will pass."

Join Indy and his father's quest to discover the fabled Holy Grail with Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade™.

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"You will become a true believer!"

Join Indy's adventure to recover the stolen Sankara Stones with the release of Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom™.

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The Man With the Hat Is Back!

Announcing our special month long event to celebrate the return of Indiana Jones™ to the big screen on May 22nd!

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"You think I don't know a toilet when I see one?"

David Lanham releases releases Flushed Away, an icon set based on the 2006 film from Dreamworks and Aardman.

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All aboard the Polar Express!

Iconfactory artist Anthony Piraino serves up a special iconic treat just in time for Christmas - The Polar Express.

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"We live long and are celebrated poopers!"

Foreman Gedeon Maheux releases a simple, but fun desktop picture of the lovable Nibbler from Fox's Futurama.

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Cars Conspiracy

Despite mixed critical reviews and a poor teaser trailer, the workers think PIXAR's Cars is a turbo-charged winner.

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"The Future Is Ours!"

V for Vendetta icons released

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Hollywood Monkey Business

With the release of Peter Jackson's remake of the 1933 classic, don't forget about Dave's Kong freeware icon set.

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War of the Worlds

Dave Brasgalla and the Iconfactory are proud to announce the official icons for the motion picture War of the Worlds.

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Revenge Is Best Served Cold

David Lanham is pleased to announce the release of his latest freeware icon collection based on the hit film - Kill Bill.

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New iPod Commercial: Blade Trinity

Who knew that iPods and cool iTunes playlists were essential tools in the fight against the Vampire Nation? We did :-)

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"You throw me the icons, I throw you the whip!"

Iconfactory artist Anthony Piraino releases the Raiders of the Lost Ark icon collection based on the hit film.

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Once More To Middle Earth

Artist Dave Brasgalla crafts a detailed collection of freeware icons to mark the DVD release of Return of the King.

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"Welcome Back Mr. Anderson!"

Dave Brasgalla releases his latest freeware icon collection, Matrix Rebooted, as a CandyBar replacement set.

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Back On The Case!

Kate England is pleased to open the case files once again to offer up the second installment in her Private Eye series.

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Kong! Kong! Kong!

Artist Dave Brasgalla releases his adaptation of King Kong in icon form with this latest freeware release!

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New iPulse Goodies

The iPulse Jacket page is updated to include several new and exciting visual themes from Lord of the Rings.

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"You'll shoot your eye out, kid!"

Artist Anthony Piraino releases a fun set of freeware icons based on the beloved holiday film - A Christmas Story.

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Greed, Treachery - and Icons!

Kate England releases the first icon set of her three part series based on the gritty world of a 50's detective.

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"You've been leading ... two lives."

Dave Brasgalla brings bits and bytes from Neo's virtual world directly onto your desktop with Matrix Documentations.

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Greetings Programs!

Artist Anthony Piraino reses up an all new freeware icon set based on objects from the cult Disney hit - TRON.

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